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Youth for democracy – transparency and good governance in allocating and managing public funds for youth activities by local authorities

Romania

Project Facts

Project objective: Increased involvement of NGOs in policy and decision-making processes with local, regional and national governments
Project promoter: Center for Educational Policies (CPE)
Type of institution: Other type of NGO
Project number: RO09-0327
Target group(s): Non governmental organisation, Young adults,
Status: In Progress
Project cost: € 83,539
From EEA Grants: € 74,968
The project is carried out in: Romania

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This is a project under the programme: Funds for Non-governmental Organisations
Priority sector: Civil Society

Project summary

 

The project 'Youth for democracy – transparency and good governance in allocating and managing public funds for youth activities, at local authorities’ level', implemented by CPE, in partnership with SAR and CTR, addresses the issue of public authorities inefficiency in allocating and managing public resources for youth, as well as the lack of capacity of NGOs to be involved in these processes. The project is needed due to incoherent legislation and the lack of objective and transparent methodologies for managing public funds for youth. Therefore, the project aims at raising the level of transparency regarding the management of youth resources at local level, and the capacity of youth NGOs to access these funds and get involved in decision making processes. The targeted group are the members of youth NGOs, as well as young people, as indirect beneficiaries). A diagnosis report of the current situation in relation to disbursing public resources for youth at local level, a monitoring report, a set of recommendations for improvement, a consultation report, a watchdog network and 100 trained young people are among the project's main results.

 


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